Psychological Science Agenda

A publication of the Science Directorate
July 2004 |Vol. 18, No. 7

SCIENCE BRIEFS

Animal Models of Memory Disorders Give Insight into How Psychological and Neural Systems Interact

By Lisa M. Savage, PhD

Changing the type of cognitive information an animal can use to solve a task, by manipulating task variables, can recruit different brain regions-demonstrating behavioral and neural plasticity.

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  • July 2004 Announcements
    Science Directorate 2004 APA Convention Programs; 2004 APA Meritorious Research Service Commendations Awarded; Kathleen McDermott Wins $25,000 F.J. McGuigan Young Investigator Award; APA Advanced Training Institutes: In What Areas Would You Like to be Trained?; NAS Award for Scientific Reviewing, Accepting Nominations; APF Offers Three $20,000 Graduate Scholarships in Child Psychology; Funding Available to Study LGB Family Psychology